How does one deal with cooking for the end of the world? I am probably being paranoid about the end times coming soon. At any rate, I need to get my recipes copied from Pinterest before society totally crumbles and takes the Internet with it.
So I’m just sharing a few ideas that I came across while researching options for recipe books. I realize that it is April Fool’s Day but this post and the links are real. The guy in the picture is my boyfriend. The kids and I would starve without him. He is essential. Also, no joke. 🙂
- Make a Bullet Journal/Recipe Book
Decorating your own binder is a way to make your recipe book more personal. You could type the recipes onto the cards if your handwriting is not great. It’s still a cost-effective option.
3. Use an online program to print a cookbook
So if you are short on time or artistic ability, you could visit Create My Cookbook and make your own cookbook. I just started cutting and pasting recipes this week.
I have finally figured out how to use my Instagram photos. If you share them on Facebook from Instagram, it should work. Maybe . . .
4. DIY. The old-fashioned way.
Buy some recipe cards and a binder at the store. You should probably get some pens. If you have kids or grandkids with decent handwriting, they could help you write.